UWA Handbook 2017

Bachelor of Science


Congratulations on your decision to study science at UWA. UWA has an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research in science. The main focus of a Bachelor of Science course is on understanding, reasoning about and improving the natural world through systematic observation, experimentation, modelling and calculation. There are more than 30 majors from which to choose in the Bachelor of Science course including Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing, Environmental Science, Engineering Science, Physics and Medical Science. Each major has been designed to provide you with a strong foundation in disciplinary knowledge and skills as well as research and communication skills. There is an interesting array of electives and broadening units available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science. This means you can build a course that suits your interests as well as one that leads to exciting postgraduate opportunities and attractive career goals.




Course advice

Course advice

All enrolled students are allocated to a Student Office according to their individual study choices. Your Student Office will provide you with course information and advice. You can ask a question in person, online or via phone with an adviser. To find out which Student Office you are assigned to, please log on to studentConnect.